Diermeier, the IBM Distinguished Professor of Regulations
and Competitive Practice, was a guest speaker at the Kellogg
School Executive Masters Program (EMP) in April and May. “The
Politics of Accounting — Andersen and the Enron Crisis”
and “A Strategic Perspective on Crisis Management”
were presented as part of the EMP Luncheon Speaker Series.
Kalai, the James J. O’Connor Distinguished Professor
of Decision and Game Sciences, published “Strategy Polarization”
(co-authored by Adam Kalai) in the Journal of Mathematical
Psychology, 45, No. 4, Aug. 2001, 656-663. In addition,
he and Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision
Sciences Eilon Solan have had “Randomization
and Simplification in Dynamic Decision Making” accepted
for publication in the Journal of Economic Theory.
In May, Philip
Kotler, the S.C. Johnson Distinguished Professor of International
Marketing, was unanimously selected as the 2002 Academy of
Marketing Sciences Distinguished Marketing Educator of the
In June, Professor of Business Law R.
Mark McCareins participated in the Federal Trade Commission
Best Practices Workshop in Chicago, where he discussed the
pre-merger notification process before the FTC.
Murnighan, the Harold H. Hines Jr. Distinguished Professor
of Risk Management, was elected a fellow of the Academy of
Management. The honor recognizes members of the Academy of
Management who have made “significant contributions
to the science and practice of management.”
Assistant Professor Vincent
R. Nijs has published “The Category-Demand Effects
of Price Promotions” in Marketing Science,
20 (1), 1-22 (co-authored with Marnik G. Dekimpe, Jan-Benedict
E.M. Steenkamp and Dominique M. Hanssens).
Petersen, the Glen Vasel Associate Professor of Finance,
has had “Does Distance Still Matter: The Information
Revolution in Small Business Lending” (co-authored with
Raghuram Rajan) accepted for publication in the Journal
of Finance. In addition, he has become a research associate
at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Thompson, the J. Jay Gerber Distinguished Professor of
Dispute Resolution and Organizations, has published (with
J. Nadler) “Negotiating via Information Technology:
Theory and Application,” in the Journal of Social
Issues, 58, (1), 109-124. In addition, she published
(with M. Morris, J. Nadler and T. Kurtzberg) “Schmooze
or Lose: Social Friction and Lubrication in E-mail Negotiations,”
in Group Dynamics, 6 (1), 89-100. Currently in press
is Thompson’s edited volume titled The Social Psychology
of Organizational Behavior: Essential Reading.
Marc Ventresca, Assistant Professor
of Management and Organizations and Paul Hirsch, the James
L. Allen Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Management
have published (with Michael Lounsbury) the article “Social
Movements, Field Frames and Industry Emergence: A Cultural-political
Account of the Rise of U.S. Recycling Industry.” This
text appeared in Socio-Economic Review. Ventresca
also has two books in press: Social Structure and Organization,
Revisited (ed. with Michael Lounsbury); and Organizations,
Policy, and the Natural Environment: Institutional and Strategic
Perspectives (ed. with Andrew Hoffman).
Professor of Family Enterprise John
Ward and Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise
Shefsky coordinated the inaugural conference for The Center
for Family Enterprises in May.